Experts in building and engineering services marketing

At PRG we have worked with building and engineering services clients for over 30 years, and as such have become experts in building and engineering services marketing.

At PRG we have worked with building and engineering services clients for over 30 years, and as such have become experts in building and engineering services marketing.

What does the building and engineering services sector cover?

We specialise in helping promote our clients products in the building services industry, which focus on design, installation and maintenance. This applies to new or existing buildings. These services cover areas such as lighting, air-conditioning, energy supply, security systems, heating and ventilation, public health, fire protection, building management systems and infrastructure services. In summary this consortium of services is responsible for the engineering of the internal environment of the building.

We work closely with our clients to target architects; designers; engineers; facilities managers; quantity surveyors, contractors; sub-contractors with their latest products and services.

Our building and engineering services marketing portfolio

Our building and engineering services portfolio is extremely broad and covers a wide range of industries from ductwork cleaning, boilers and facilities management, to industry maintenance standards such as SFG20.

Our past and present client list includes B&ES Publications, SFG20, David Bailey Furniture Systems, System Hygienics, McQuay UK Ltd, Johnson Controls, Ponte Giulio, Keston Boilers, The Building Futures Group,Asset Skills Training, Natural Capital Wealth, Trend and many more.

Having worked with this prestigious list of clients, we have amassed an unrivalled wealth of knowledge in this area. There is nothing we don’t know about the intricacies of ductwork cleaning, specialist technical terms, the ins and outs of chiller maintenance, sustainable buildings, carbon credit schemes, and much more.

Not only do we have a full and in depth understanding of our clients building services products we also understand the market and it’s key decision makers; their customers.

We understand that to ensure your product or service stands out in a crowded marketplace, you need to establish its importance and significant role in the operation of a building. In other words, how can it contribute to better operation, save energy costs, improve the building environment or indeed extend the operational life of the building.

For our customers we have organised product and brand launches – in the UK and abroad – , industry award submissions, designed and developed new industry leading websites, designed and developed new brand identities and marketing campaigns, launched PR campaigns and handled crisis management situations. Take a look at our range of case studies.

With over 30 years in the game, we have built up a list of key building services media contacts and publications, and regularly keep abreast with what is happening in the industry regarding, BIM, training and skills shortages, government’s building environmental policies, sustainability, apprenticeships and so on.

At PRG we work hard to achieve high levels of customer service within the building services industry and build, strong, lasting relationships with our clients. We can bring you exciting and rewarding strategies, concepts and ideas, ahead of other agencies and we guarantee to make every endeavour to fully understand both your product and your market.

Don’t just take our word for it, our longest standing building services client David Bailey Furniture Systems had this to say about us:

“PRG’s insight and enthusiasm for what we do and understanding of how we work as a company has been hugely valuable in creating a marketing approach that works for us.

“PRG has designed four iterations of our website – which started as a basic brochure site and is now fully responsive – has helped us launch into new sectors and even played a part in getting our products on TV!”

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